Tuesday, July 15, 2014 -
2:45pm to 5:00pm EDT
Philanthropy New York, 79 Fifth Avenue, 4th Floor, NYC
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Part of Philanthropy New York's "Spotlight On the Arts" Series.
The digital age has transformed the way we produce and consume culture. For artists and arts institutions, new and changing technologies have given them the means to reach new and wider audiences, but also they bring new challenges as art, technology, and intellectual property intersect. How are artists retaining their rights with new media and how is their ability to distribute their work changing? How are arts institutions navigating this new landscape that impacts access to and distribution of art? What is the current state of policy play on copyright issues and international trade agreements that affect artists and arts institutions?
- The unique role funders can play in helping artists and arts institutions strike the right balance that promotes access to art while protecting the rights of those who create it.
- Helen Brunner (moderator), Director, Media Democracy Fund
- Hank Shocklee, Music Producer; Founder, Public Enemy; President, Shocklee Entertainment
- Gigi B. Sohn, Special Counsel for External Affairs, Federal Communications Commission; Former President and Co-founder, Public Knowledge
All interested funders.
2:45-3:00 PM Check-in
3:00-5:00 PM Program
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